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Can anybody give me the design details of PPP implementation on LInux.
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by:dorward
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If you head over to http://www.kernel.org/ you can get yourself a copy of the source code. You should be able to find sourcecode for pppd (the ppp demon) at http://freshmeat.net/
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I was looking for a document sort of a thing that will
explain how PPP is implemented in the Linux. Do i get the document also at these sites? Understanding document is far more easier than going through the source code. Right! Thanks for the immediate response.
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I haven't looked. Hopefully the code with be well commented.
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Hi,

The obvious first place to look is the PPP howto at --> http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/PPP-HOWTO/ . See also --> http://www.linuxdoc.org/LDP/nag/node107.html and --> http://freshmeat.net/projects/pppd/ .

Hope these help
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Thank You very much. It was indeed a great help.
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